It was raining the last time I posted here and now, a month later, it is still raining. I donít like long periods of rain but when it does rain like this I stay in a good state of mind by reminding myself how much worse it would be for me if I liked to golf.
Sorry for not posting sooner but I was out of town visiting with some kin folk and then picked up a bug or something and was not feeling up to it. Much better now, thanks.
For those of you not here in Niceville let
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In addition to fertilizing too early, many homeowners are missing the basics when fertilizing their Florida lawn. Incorrect fertilization can eventually cost you money and your lawn.
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